Published: August 31, 2006

Hawke wins Dunvegan Medal

Portree, Scotland – August 8, 2006 – Thirty-nine pipers competed in the light music events and 30 in the Dunvegan Medal, and at the end of the day, Richard Hawke of New Zealand emerged the Medal winner and Pipe-Major Gordon Walker of Moscow, Scotland, the big winner in the ceol beag. Weather was rainy and windy.

Dunvegan Medal
1st Richard Hawke
2nd Mark McKenzie, Australia
3rd Andrew Hayes, Ottawa
4th Jonathan Greenlees, Northern Ireland
5th John Angus Smith, London
Judges: Malcolm McRae, Ronnie Lawrie, Dugald McNeil

Clasp (for winners of the Dunvegan Medal)
1st Simon McKerrell, Edinburgh
2nd Euan MacCrimmon, Skye
3rd Iain Speirs, Edinburgh
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen, Malcolm McRae

March
1st Dr. Angus MacDonald, Skye
2nd John Angus Smith
3rd Andrew Hayes
4th Euan MacCrimmon
5th Don Neil MacRitchie
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen, Malcolm McRae

Strathspey & Reel
1st P-M Gordon Walker,
2nd Simon McKerrell
3rd Richard Hawke
4th Euan MacCrimmon
5th Gareth Rudolph, Fraser Wylie (tied)
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen, Malcolm McRae

6/8 March
1st Fiona Manson, New Zealand
2nd Niall Stewart, Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland
3rd P-M Gordon Walker
4th Gareth Rudolph, Glasgow
5th Andrew Hayes, Don Neil MacRitchie (tied)
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen

Jig
1st P-M Gordon Walker
2nd Fraser Wylie
3rd Cameron Drummond
4th Simon McKerrell
5th Finlay Johnstone, Glasgow
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen

p|d

What do you think? We always want to hear from our readers, so please use our comment system to provide your thoughts!

Do you have competition results? Be sure to send them to pipes|drums. We can’t report what we don’t know about! Please remember to support the businesses that advertise and make the not-for-profit p|d possible.

Published: August 31, 2006

Hawke wins Dunvegan Medal

Portree, Scotland – August 8, 2006 – Thirty-nine pipers competed in the light music events and 30 in the Dunvegan Medal, and at the end of the day, Richard Hawke of New Zealand emerged the Medal winner and Pipe-Major Gordon Walker of Moscow, Scotland, the big winner in the ceol beag. Weather was rainy and windy.

Dunvegan Medal
1st Richard Hawke
2nd Mark McKenzie, Australia
3rd Andrew Hayes, Ottawa
4th Jonathan Greenlees, Northern Ireland
5th John Angus Smith, London
Judges: Malcolm McRae, Ronnie Lawrie, Dugald McNeil

Clasp (for winners of the Dunvegan Medal)
1st Simon McKerrell, Edinburgh
2nd Euan MacCrimmon, Skye
3rd Iain Speirs, Edinburgh
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen, Malcolm McRae

March
1st Dr. Angus MacDonald, Skye
2nd John Angus Smith
3rd Andrew Hayes
4th Euan MacCrimmon
5th Don Neil MacRitchie
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen, Malcolm McRae

Strathspey & Reel
1st P-M Gordon Walker,
2nd Simon McKerrell
3rd Richard Hawke
4th Euan MacCrimmon
5th Gareth Rudolph, Fraser Wylie (tied)
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen, Malcolm McRae

6/8 March
1st Fiona Manson, New Zealand
2nd Niall Stewart, Kyle of Lochalsh, Scotland
3rd P-M Gordon Walker
4th Gareth Rudolph, Glasgow
5th Andrew Hayes, Don Neil MacRitchie (tied)
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen

Jig
1st P-M Gordon Walker
2nd Fraser Wylie
3rd Cameron Drummond
4th Simon McKerrell
5th Finlay Johnstone, Glasgow
Judges: Iain Morrison, Iain MacFadyen

p|d

What do you think? We always want to hear from our readers, so please use our comment system to provide your thoughts!

Do you have competition results? Be sure to send them to pipes|drums. We can’t report what we don’t know about! Please remember to support the businesses that advertise and make the not-for-profit p|d possible.

Registration

Forgotten Password?